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Submitted by esperado on November 29, 2015 at 12:39 PM.
Further down is one of the key pawn structure that can occure on the french defence.
the whites plans are:
1.take control of the e5 square and establish a knight there, moreover a bishop ore a rook would be also strong pieces on the e5.
2. pressure...Read more »
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